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on the first years of the obama administration. >> welcome. to the panel the obama administration: early years. a critique. i guess i should give a disclaimer before we begin. as a sociologist, i formed a working group in support of obama. therefore, i was a supporter of the obama campaign, and his election. and as several of the panelist were members of that group, from my right to my -- and your left. i'm dr. donald cunnigen, i'm a professor at university of rides, department of sociology. to my right is dr. wornie reed, and also the rest of the center for race and social policy. >> dr. yvonne newsome, associate professor, and member of the department of africana, and women studies. dr. horton at the state university and also a member of this school of public. the reverend doctor. sheryl and jill. she is the mcair author professor at colby college in maine, and a preacher at a baptist church. the rev sand dr. johnny b. hill who's visiting at the chapel in college and also a professor at the interdenominational in atlanta, georgia. we'll begin with dr. reed. dr. reed wrote an interesting conv
with clemency if that is how the obama administration feels they should deal with the board of pardon. why on the eve of a throw day trial are they doing what i think is unseemly. this is a death, grow desk murder of a 16-year-old girl left dead and naked, strangled on the side of a dirt road with a metal pole sticking out of her body. should i take this to be some kind of indication by the obama administration they think those kinds of brew dallas murders of young girls are worth the ultimate punishment? is that the message? the real question here is, if this guy did not get his rights and was not told as an illegal from mexico that he could have spoken to the mexico counsul before the trial, then the only real question is, did that then lead him to suffer an unfair trail? did it violate his constitutional rights? everybody agrees the answer to that question is "no." so, what are we doing with this case? the obama administration owes us a big answer. >> the rob is not everybody agrees as hard as it is for us to believe. the evidence is in the circumstantial, they were his bite marks on he
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bell is with us at bloomberg headquarters in new york. good morning. >> good morning. the obama administration is expected to announce two programs to provide unemployed homeowners a two-month for parents to be expanded to and 12 months for the american spirit that could be announced today. a two-monconna-- a two-month forbearance on their mortgage. some banks are in talks to resolving state and federal claims over faulty foreclosures and a settlement could come as soon as july 13. fewer americans are filing for personal bankruptcy. a drop in the first half of the year shows consumers are reducing their. stock-index futures are trending slightly higher. -- a drop in the first half of the year in personal bankruptcy filings shows consumers are reducing their debt. i will have more in my next report. live and bloomberg headquarters in new york, linda bell reporting for abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. >>> 4:37 71 degrees. >> still to come, the final flight. space shuttle atlantis is on the launchpad. the mission is tomorrow. >> and a couple of the weather could factor into t
another tax change that even the obama administration believes would endanger jobs involving accounting practice called lipo, the obama small business administration warn would result in tax increase for small business to force small businesses to close. they are by far the largest creators of new jobs. >> so that is going to reduce output, reduce gdp and call us jobs. >> unintended consequences like that are why some republicans say any deal needs to be closely scrutinized by lawmakers. >> do it in the light of day, not in secret behind closed door negotiations, only to spring it on the american people, saying it's this. take it or leave it or there is financial calamity. >> early 1990s offer good lesson in unintended consequences one that might be useful in the current debate. in washington, jim angle, fox news. >> first time request for unemployment benefit fell to the lowest level in seven weeks. the stocks were up. dow gained 93-1/2. s&p 500 added 14. the nasdaq finished ahead 42-2/3. fixed rate for 30-year mortgages went up by the most in four months. freddie mac says the new ampl
timothy geithner roche the ed obama administration had expected backing from both sides of the aisle, when the debate began, implying there was not in need. the truth is there was a great deal of agreement on a number of issues, until the white house decided the only issue that mattered was the creation of a massive new consumer bureaucracy. chairman dodd and i agreed to create a consolidated banking regulator with the authorities of the federal reserve, occ, ots, and fdic would be joined in a single entity. it had the name of the financial institutions regulatory authority. there was strong agreement that the current regulators had failed and radical reform was needed. also agreed to elevate consumer protection, to equal status to provincial regulation. i've proposed, given the company -- given the consumer protection division. we agreed to permit non banks to be supervised and subject to enforcement. we met the administration more than halfway on a number of issues. any hope for a bipartisan agreement evaporated when the word came down from the administration that it was going to be thei
me later to explain exactly how extreme this republican bill is. the obama administration recognizes the partisan vote on cut, cap and balance for what it is, nothing but a one-day stunt that has no chance of becoming law. so the obama administration are still talking positively about the possibility of raising the debt ceiling. this morning president obama said he and republican leaders were, quote, making progress in the negotiations. and treasury secretariary ty at geithner said this on cnbc this morning. >> you've seen the leadership of the republican party in the senate and house take default off the table as lench for a deal. that's encouraging. >> geithner remains adamant that revenues be part of any deficit reduction deal. >> it's also going to require through tax reform some modest changes in revenues so we're not sustaining tax breaks for the most fortunate 2% of americans, tax breaks we can't afford. we need to have a balanced package. everybody recognizes a need for a balanced package. there's no deficit reduction deal that didn't have a balanced package with some revenue
's debt. the obama administration maintains it must be raised by august 2nd or the u.s. will begin to default on its debt. republicans want deep spending cuts to go along with any debt ceiling increase. there is talk that lawmakers may cut a short-term deal that would include spending cuts and push back the looming deadline by six to eight months. >>> a look at the morning's other top stories, violence ate fourth of july celebration in baltimore. a 4-year-old boy was shot in the leg as he was leaving the inner harbor with his parents around 10like 10 -- around 10:00 last night. it is not clear in the shoot -- if the shooter aimed at the boy. he was taken to johns hopkins children's center and was reported in stable condition. >>> prince george's county council members will meet behind closed doors to talk about what it do with their colleague leslie johnson. she pleaded guilty last week in the corruption scandal that brought down jack johnson. so far, she says she won't resign her seat on the council. she set to be sentenced in october. four fellow council members and the current
of ground cover but what was -- what struck you? >> she wants a job in the obama administration and a second term. she is the chairman of the national governors' association. she very deliberately avoided any of the republican governors partly because she sees her role in the non-partisan way but to also talk about real pain. call it one of the toughest jobs you can have a she talked about shredding critical parts of the safety net. she said she was on doing much of the progress she had made in the last seven years. i thought that was pretty striking. that was a resignation to the economic realities. a couple of opportunities were passed by to criticize washington. she was very public that she would not seek a third term but would love a job in the obama administration. >> the governors tend to say they've don't have as much rancor in their ranks. everyone was at the meeting this weekend continue that is not necessarily the case. these governors have serious divides even on what kind of spending cuts should be made. the one thing that unites them is their struggle to move forward for a state
. it will be more. obama administration wants to wind it down. republicans want to wind it down it's all a matter of pacing. it will be wound down. but it can't be wound down because there so much inventory in the market that can't and won't clear. you're not going to clear fannie and freddie until you clear the market. and the market won't clear for five to 10 years. >> they're providing over 90% of the mortgages in america. they're the only institution willing to loan become what you they did was they lost a fortune in terms of long-term -- >> because they were gse, government sponsored entity, that had the implied backing of the federal taxpayer. and that's why they were riskier than they should. >> james, i don't want do you think there's a tutorial and you're eck clued. this is a group discussion. you people and feel as though you've been represented enough? >> go to the exit question. >> i'll defer to your judgment on that. >> let's go on the exit question. should fannie and freddie be terminated? should we get really of them, yes or no? >> no, i think they should are be wound down, privati
for work that harms an embryo. the court sided with the obama administration in this case, which argued embryos were culled long ago, using private funding. researchers hope that embryonic stem cell research stem cell research can one day cure spinal cord injuries, parkinson's disease and other human ailments. >>> a small group of people in east san jose are fed up with the i way a local banking branch is maintaining foreclosed homes. about 20 members of the community organization took three small trash bags into the branch. the garbage came perfect a property own bid wells fargo, serviced by bank of america. san jose code enforcement say they're going to fine owner who's don't properly maintain properties. bank of america tells abc 7 news it will pay fines and clean up property within 48 hours. >>> a sacramento woman faces charges tonight for excessively dialing 911. chp arrested the 44-year-old jennifer today for making nondrg emergency calls to chp command center in sacramento. police say in june she called 911 a total of, ready for this? 2147 times, all nonemergency calls. on the 4t
in delhi and she went on to found at the obama administration will not ease pressure on neighboring pakistan. -- she went on to vow that the obama administration will not ease pressure on neighboring pakistan. >> this used to be rare. now they are routine. both countries are determined to strengthen their strategic global partnership, defense and regional security or on the agenda. the agreed to work closer together in afghanistan as the u.s. agreed to pull out its troops. hillary clinton praised the recent resumption of talks between india and pakistan. >> we think this is the most promising approach to encourage both sides to build more confidence between them and work to implement the kinds of steps that will demonstrate the improved atmosphere that is so necessary for us to deal with the underlying problem of terrorism. >> she also said that terrorism was on everyone's minds following last week's bombing of mumbai which killed 20 people. the attack revealed once again the vulnerability of the indian cities and the police who are investigating. the security agencies should work c
" reports that the barack obama administration is proposed cuts of tens of billions of dollars to medicare and medicaid as part of those ongoing talks. the times says the money would come from health care providers without directly imposing new costs from patients and radically changing the programs, however the health of the cuts depend on whether the republicans are willing to accept any increase in tax revenue. and regarding the revenue discussion, "wall street journal's" front page reets "deficit talks focus on taxes." the journal says that republicans are at odds with democrats, as you know, as they float ideas that could raise tax revenue, some $400 billion over the next decade. they're reporting the republican leaders say they don't want increases but this past weekend some members of the party seemed more open to eliminating tax breaks. some. texas republican senator john cornyn says they should close some loopholes and eliminate breaks as part of larger effort to cut rates. he also cautions it may be too late to add to this budget deal. >> i think it's clear that republicans are o
sell back home for the obama administration if americans here are still dying. lester? >> nbc's jim mitch klaszewskimi >> tonight a new sign of discord, the obama administration confirms it has suspended $800 million in military aid to pakistan. that's about a third of the yearly total. the move is aimed at getting pakistan to do more in the battle against extremists. >>> there's news about a brutal war closer to home tonight. just when it comes mexico's deadly drug war can't get any worse, there was a vicious new wave of violence this weekend not far from the u.s. border. nbc's kevin tibbles has the latest. >> reporter: it has been a weekend of carnage in mexico as vicious fighting between notorious drug cartels has left some 40 people dead. in one grizzly attack, gunmen wielding ak-47 automatic weapons opened fire in a crowded bar where police allege drugs were being sold. 21 people killed when the bar was sprayed with bullets. more than 500 miles away, 11 more bodies shot with high-powered rifles were found in a pile near a water well. in an area terrorized by a gang known as the
in august. no word if the obama administration has a backup plan if congress can't come it a compromise in time. >>> the estimate -- to a compromise in time. >>> the estimated 33 million americans hitting the road for the 4th of july holiday will be paying 83 cents a gallon more for gasoline than they did last year. don't look for relief any time soon. as fox's mike emanuel reports, the price of oil is going up. >> american drivers will pay on average $3.55 per gallon at pump this holiday weekend and those high fuel costs are a drag on their wallet and on the struggling economy. when president obama took office in 2009, the price was $1.84 per gallon and it more than doubled by this may before dropping as the global economy slowed and demand reduced. the high price of crude and concerns over supply led the president to announce he's putting more than 30 million barrels from the strategic petroleum reserve on the market. a week later oil prices are creeping back up. >> the tapping of the spr is a short term solution to our energy problem. it's really a knee jerk reaction to the unnecessa
no chance of becoming law, so the obama administration are still talking positively about the possibility of raising the debt ceiling. this morning, president obama said he, and republicans leaders were "making progress in the negotiations." and treasury secretary tim geithner said this on cnbc this morning. >> you've seen the leadership of the republican party in the senate and the house definitively take default off the table as leverage for a deal, and that's encouraging. geithner remains adamant that revenues be part of any deficit reduction deal. >> it's also going to require, through tax reform, some modest changes in revenues so that we're not sustaining tax breaks for the most fortunate 2% of americans, tax breaks we can't afford. we need to have a balanced package. everybody who's looked at this knows we need to have a balanced package. no deal in history that needed to have a balanced package. >> late last week the white house released a video of president obama that it hopes will help explain to supporters why he has been open as he has been to compromise with republicans. the
. >> reporter: in the first few months the obama administration sought to exclude fox news from interview with feinberg as pay czar. the white house says it's a mistake but judicial watch has e-mails between officials suggesting otherwise. >> we filed open record freedom of information request in october of 2009. we have didn't get response from the obama administration until last week which is well over 18 months later. >> at the time, the officials flatly denied there was any intention to include fox but after first offering interviews to three biggest networks, officials decided to expand the access to include cnn and possibly other cable networks but not fox. the director of broadcast media of the white house shown on the right wrote to >> reporter: a decision he has not applied to msnbc or cnn. a media legal analyst argued the administration sought to separate fox from the other networks. >> you can all interview mr. feinberg, the pay czar, but fox news, we don't like what you have been doing in your news programming. and in your opinion programming. you can't come along. >> because
at the administration tonight. >> reporter: a verbal slap today at the obama administration from a key republican who says the president has no constitutional advantage in the current debt showdown. treasury secretary invoked the 14th amendment recently, apparently attempting to cast doubt on -- here's reaction from senator cornyn. >> that's crazy talk. it's not acceptable for congress and the president not to do their job and say somehow the president has the authority to then basically do this by himself. we ought to sit down and work together. >> reporter: meantime, talk of reaching a mini deal, with a limited time span. former bill clinton saying last night, it's among the possibilities going forward. he said in part, i hope they will make a mini deal. there are some spending cuts they agree on, and president obama can take those and get an extension of the debt ceiling for six or eight months. senator cornyn didn't necessarily dismiss that idea. >> the problem with a mini deal, we have a maxi problem. and big problems won't go away if you cut a mini deal. it delays the moment of truth. >> report
the heat from the obama administration. the new threat facing the industry. >>> and another person throws his hat into the presidential rink. the message this candidate is bringing to the campaign trail. >>> and the steps investigators are going to take to identify the final victim of the fatal amtrak crash in nevada. the 10:00 news continues in 90 seconds. >>> is the obama administration about to crackdown on california medical marijuana clubs? as ktvu's john sasaki reports a new memo from the domedome has licensed cannabis dealers concerned. >> reporter: this plant is targeted by some new federal weed killer. >> indicia is good for people with pain who want to sleep. >> reporter: the justice department issued a memo that says people that are in the business of districting marijuana and those who knowingly timeiate such activities are in violation of the controlled substances act regardless of state law. >> we could always be busted at any time. >> reporter: richard lee is president of oaksterdam university. >> the science is completely in favor of medical marijuana. more and more sci
, republicans. we're almost three years into this administration. president obama should look in the mirror to see who is to blame for the economy. if you want somebody has executive leadership with results, and then vote for me. >> he says the debt ceiling crisis is one symptom of much larger problems in washington. ticket reservations for the september 11 memorial and the world trade center will become available soon. starting tomorrow, people who want to visit will be able to reserve tickets over the internet. visitors will have to reserve a specific entry time to the memorial. it can accommodate 1500 people at a time. it opens on monday, september 12. >> another earthquake rocked japan. the royal couple wraps up their visit to the u.s. we will tell you how they're spending the last hours of their tour of california. tour of california. investigatorshoney, why aren't u playing with your friends? i am playing with my friends. hey, mrs. d... joseph? sarah! it's mommy's turn now. let's go. [ male announcer ] the average home has over four internet-connected devices. we were gonna storm the
weapons capability, meaning even if the obama administration bapted to exploit the riff, doing so would be at best a murky proposition in washington, james rosen, fox news. >>> france is pushing both sides in libya's conflict to find a peace settlement. the government seit has sent messages to tripoli that leader gaddafi must relinquish power and withdraw troops to find political solution but denies assertion from one of the sons it's engaged in direct negotiation. the french want them to start talks with gaddafi's camp. >>> former white house official switches sides. we'll tell you who later in the grapevine. but first, hostilities commenced among republican presidential candidates. ♪ [ female announcer ] somhing unexpected to the world of multigrain... taste. ♪ delicious pringles multigrain. with a variety of flavors, multigrain pops with pringles. delicious pringles multigrain. ♪ [ cat meows ] ♪ [ whistles ] ♪ [ cat meows ] ♪ [ ting! ] [ male announcer ] travelers can help you protect the things you care abt and save money with multi-policy discounts. are you getting the
administration -- activism. the obama administration is encouraging this judicial activism. the obama administration is taking legal positions that threaten the role of congress as a coequal branch of our government. those positions challenge the separation of powers that is designed to protect the freedom of americans and even the right of people to govern themselves, which is the basis of representative government and the purpose of the congress. the united states happens to be a party to the vienna convention on consolate relations. this treaty gives rights to the citizens of countries who are parties to that treaty to have access to their country's consular officials if they are arrested abroad. there are some foreign nations in this country who are sentenced to death without those rights being respected. all of these death sentences appear to be valid under the american constitution. now the story is complicated, but in 2008 the supreme court ruled that failure to comply with the treaty was not an obstacle to the execution of a foreign national who had been sentenced to death. th
favorite example springs from where else? the obama administration. do you remember the henry lewis gates press conference. do you remember the lead up to that press conference? none of the networks wanted to have obama on. they gave a lot of kickback. he wanted to be on tv. we're going to lose a lot of money. his ratings had been dropping ever since he had been elected. his popularly was dropping and his ratings. he went over the heads to the corporate owners. he got them to green light the primetime program. he went to disney, ge, and cbs rather than the programs heads. all three are financial backers of the obama administration. he was named to obama's expert counsel about a year later, and he's one the head of the chief ben -- beneficiaries, ge, and he traveled to hang out with fidel castro. here's the dirty part, they accepted the order. coincidently, they bought in because obama promised to gap their liability. buried in the article was a fascinating tidbit. in order to seal the deal, they had to chip in money $150 million to pay for television advertising in favor of obamacare. the
against the u.s. government. >> bret: we will stay on the story. thank you. obama administration officials say the high profile gun violence in the u.s. has the administration working on some response, sparking criticism from the national rifle association and others. correspondent shannon bream tells us there are right now huge specifics. >> it's been more than six months since the arizona shooting that left six dead and congresswoman gabrielle giffords critically injured in the weeks after the tragedy, president obama vowed to take steps to make it tougher for individuals like accused tucson gunman art laffe -- jaredloughner to get f. there are over 60mayors head by michael bloomberg who warns that washington must act before there is another massacre. dennis hennigan of the brady campaign to prevent gun violence agrees. >> every day that passes without action we unnecessarily lose innocent lives. i want the president to understand that. i want the congress to understand that. i want them to understand the american people are calling out for action. >> it's expected that the president wil
the obama administration view the independence of this south sudan. we saw there that susan rice was there, that's an indicator. >> well, susan rice was very involved as was colin powell. the united states has been pushing for the independence of south sudan. they have been very involved in the sudan issue and they help the sudanese get to that referendum in july that led to the independence. i think the delegation there today just shows how happy they are, fred. today, the u.s. embassy, it was a u.s. consulate yesterday. today it is the u.s. embassy and we understand there was a big flag raising there, a very important day for the united states as it continues to work on sudan. now welcoming this new nation. >> i wonder how important it was, maybe even the symbolism behind having susan rice representing the obama administration, colin powell, secretary of state during the bush administration, that both of them would be there when you talk to a number of sudanese who say it all really got started with the bush administration and the obama administration got to see the punctuation of that e
cut taxes, unemployment continued to rise, and the obama administration which spent money and yet as republicans say we haven't seen the growth promised what would do you different? >> first, can you not focus on the leaving the banks the way they are. there's a balance sheet recession. what's happening is it's not investment in consumption. to see those go up and down. you have to see the failure of credit to get down, especially small businesses to small entrepreneurs. the longer they are recapitalizing, as you recall, after the wall street bailout, instead of buying the toxic assets, they went to right to a recapitalization program. the longer at that pace, it's going to continue to keep credit from coming down. this affects farmers, manufacturers because they are capital intensive, labor intensive. produce the product up front before they can get their accounts receive yables. that's one of the major things that has to happen. they have to be restructured. you have to quickly get recapitalization, he canities. limit the amount of leverage so they never collapse again. take the
. >> kimberly: $1.3 billion in losses. >> eric: chock it up a for obama administration. a lot more to get through, so stay with us. "the five" continues in a couple of minutes. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> andrea: all right. welcome back to "the five." where do we get the songs? did bob pick the music? bob is in the control room! i don't know. i'm sure you heard about this. the national relations board has ruled that boeing, that makes airplanes, tried to move factory from washington state to south carolina. they're saying that they can't do this. this week, on a straight party line vote, how republicans voted to actually stop this. i don't think is going to pass the senate. but i want to go to kimberly to talk to you about what a dangerous precedence this would set. they alleged nlrb, wing of the administration, allege that this, moving the company would be illegally punishing the union workers in the washington state manufacturerring plant by opening a nonunion site in south carolina. so this is the administration basically favoring its key constituency union again. does it set a dangerou
for cars and light trucks made from 2017 to 2025. the observe ebb administration -- the obama administration has been in negotiations with automakers on boosting fuel economy. this new round of of stand are as expected to save consumers money, reduce oil consumption, cut pollution, and create jobs. >> thank you. >>> two years ago automakers agreed to raise fuel economy standards to 35 1/2 miles per gallon by 2016. >>> federal agents busted what they say is a massage parlor disguised as brothel in baltimore county. they believe it's part of a wider prostitution network. mike hellgren takes us inside the investigation. >> reporter: good afternoon. it's fascinating how federal agents were able to crack this case. they used wiretaps, hidden gps tracking devices. while much of the attention is focused on one house in baltimore county, this ring stretched far beyond that. this is surveillance video reportedly from inside one of the massage parlors, fronts for what federal prosecutors call a multistate prostitution network. they say one of the brothels was right here on bel air road,
's constitutionality should be determined in the courts and not by the obama administration. a new york city a lottery will be held for couples who want to get married on the first day the mayor said more than 760 couples will be expected to get married on sunday this, is video of the celebration right after passing a bill legalizing same-sex marriage last month. new york is the sixth state to legalize same-sex marriage. >> in washington house republicans taking a vote on legislation to raise the debt ceiling but that doesn't mean a deal is closer, democrats say there is no chance of clearing the senate. the president says things goring well kt chief budget negotiators. he says the gang of six. that was enough to send the market higher today, giving the dow jones the biggest one day gain of the year, adding 202 points today. >> this could with an 11th hour break. >> i think we're seeing potential for a bipartisan consensus. >> a group of senators, gang six crafted a plan including cuts to entitlements and close tax loopholes. >> my hope is that we can gather everybody over the next couple days to choo
words for the obama administrations over its treem to israel. >> the truth that americans don't want to face is this president obama is not pro-israel. he told o the jewish people in jerusalem they couldn't build homes in east jerusalem. the truth is barack obama has absolutely no authority to tell the jewish people what they can and cannot do in the state of israel. [applause]. ♪ ♪>> 1 of the most talked about features was a large holocaust exhibit created by students word of faith in north carolina. attendees wrapped up the summit on capitol hill lobbying members of the congress to stand with israel. [singing]>> from the cufi summit in washington, erik stakelbeck cbn news. >>> archaeologist digging in goliath's ancient hometown have uncovered an altar used in biblical times. julie stall reports they are learning about philistine tull which you are and accuracy of the bible. >> in the bible, quest was known as the most -- arch enemy of isrealites. that is where they discovered the altar. >> that is the corner of a large stone altar. the biblical description the altar with the 4
on illegal workers under the obama administration. with more employer audits in nine months than during the entire previous year, and more recently than in the final years of the bush administration. >> we call a silent raid. >> oakland city councilman represents pacific steel union workers. workers may face being fired or possibly deported. >> the fact of the matter is that these people are employees and work and pay taxes. they support their families. >> and the berkeley city council recently passed a resolution deannouncing the audit here. today, many locals and their staff as agreed to send letters of opposition to the obama administration after that meeting this afternoon in oakland. but the reality is that the company said many workers, hundreds of workers are fired from the company this would have an impact on the berkeley economy. live this afternoon in berkeley abc 7 news. >> and these audits seem to be one of the leading strategies for the obama administration. you mentioned how unhappy folks are. is this having an impact on supporters? >> it is having an impact and may more c
unleashed television ads slamming the obama administration in recent weeks. joining me karl rove. welcome back. >> thanks for having me. >> sean: you have been contending these candidates need to distinguish themselves and stand out and let's run these ads and see if they are doing the job. here's michelle bachmann. >> as a -- i was born and raised in waterloo, mom of five and foster parent tax lawyer and small business job creator, we can't keep spending money we don't have. that's why i fought against the wasteful bail out, the stimulus, i will not vote to increase the debt sealing. i'm michelle bachmann and -- the debt ceiling. i'm michelle bachmann and i approve this message. >> how do you rate that ad? >> good ad. she says i was in iowa, important to people in iowa she describes who she is. and describes what she believes. i think she does so with a lot of presence. good on camera. i think it is a good introductory ad. i've seen reports that it can be as little as $1,000, $30,000. important in iowa in the early states to say to tell all these insiders watching the campaigns closely t
just got a lot hazier. the obama administration put out a memo that suggests large- scale pot operations are not safe from federal prosecution. juliette goodrich shows us the letter has sparked fear of a stricter crackdown. juliette. >> reporter: dana, it is a crackdown for the growers and sellers of medicinal marijuana but some feel it is the patients who need the medicinal marijuana the most who will suffer. the heat is on for medical marijuana growers and suppliers even if they are complying with state law. >> anyone in the business of providing cannabis to these patients could still be a target even if the patients themselves are not. put you're still putting the target on the back of the patients if they don't have medicine access. >> reporter: strict guidelines now released by the obama administration reinforce federal prosecution of anyone growing and smiling marijuana to medical patients. marijuana advocacy groups say it contradicts the president's earlier pledge to let states set their own policies. >> across the country yes, it means that the war will go on, it's goi
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